Powcast Vlog: 17th Elorde Awards

The date was March 25, 2017. Boxers from all over the country converge for a night of fight and recognition for the best of the best that Philippine boxing had to offer. The annual awards night was headed by none other that Liza Elorde, the daughter of the Great Flash Elorde.
The event started with a number great boxing matchups followed by a luscious dinner while the awarding ceremony was going on. 
Here are some of the event highlights:

Two Legendary Pinoy boxers, Brian Viloria and Donnie Nietes

coach_alaPhoto: Former IBF and WBC Light Flyweight, Former WBO and WBA Flyweight World Champion @bviloria with the Longest Filipino World Champion and Current WBO and Ring Jr Flyweight World Champion #DonnieAhasNietes at the Wild Card Gym #GreatWorkout

Both of these guys will be seen in action on October 17!

Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines VS The World!

Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines VS The World!

This bout is scheduled on Oct 17, 2015 @ the StubHub Center in Carson, California. It will be headlined by one of the longest reigning Champ in the world, our very own Donnie “Ahas Nietes”. This will be the 8th title defense for Nietes and the first time for ALA boxing to promote boxing in the US after its success in Dubai. 

Nietes will go up against Juan Alejo (21-3) from Mexico. 

“Philippines vs The World” will also include Jason Pagara Albert Pagara and Mark Magsayo.
Jason will face challenger Santos Benavidez (25-7-2, 19 KOs) of Nicaragua while Albert will battle William “Chirizo” Gonzalez (27-5-0, 23 KO’s) also from Nicaragua. Magsayo is set to square off with Yardley Suarez of Mexico, who is unbeaten in 13 pro fights with eight coming by knockout.

It will be tough battle for the the under card however, I am sure that they will all win in a convincing fashion specially Nietes who will get the attention that he deserves and its been long due. 

Here is a highlight reel of Donnie Nietes

Written by:
Aldrin Castronero
Team Powcast

Donnie Nietes wants to be like Manny Pacquiao and Nonito Donaire

Donnie Nietes wants to be like Manny Pacquiao and Nonito Donaire

The longest world champion and one of the best fighters from the ALA stable, World boxing champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes discussed his stay in Dubai, his next fights and what his goals are. 
Not Surprisingly he wants to be the next Manny Pacquiao or Nonito Donaire. Filipino world boxing champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes  recently receives Pinoy Pride Lifetime Achievement Award in Dubai.

Donnie Nietes vs Danai Meendaeng Result and Photos

 Donnie Nietes Wallpaper

 Donnie Nietes dispose of his opponent easily in the fifth round via KO.  

Danai Meendaeng may not be the best opponent that Donnie Nietes should be fighting nevertheless its a good tune up fight for his upcoming  WBO light flyweight world champion defense.  Donnie “Ahas’ Nietes of the ALA Gym systematically broke down his opponent with series of punches ultimately bloodying his opponent nose in the fourth round and knocking him out in the fifth. Nietes improved his record to 31 wins with 1 lost and 3 draw.  This bout was the the main event of ALA Stars Provincial Tour held at the Lamberto Macias Sports and Cultural Center in Dumaguete City.

Check out photos of  Donnie Nietes vs Danai Meendaeng courtesy of Philboxing

Donnie Nietes with his snake

Ramon Garcia Hirales Victim of Home cooking!

What else would it be! Ramon Garcia Hirales  vs Donnie Nietes was a close bout and it truly is, unless you failed to watch it and was just reading it from the news then you would think that Donnie really won the fight. Its evident that Ramon Garcia Hirales was the aggressor and was more active compare to Donnie Nietes. the fight was really close. Well at least this is what I think but majority of the judges score it the other way around. 
Judges scored the bout 115-113, 118-110 and 117-111 and the winner by unanimous home cooking and the new champ Donnie Nietes. What a shame, unanimous decision? who are you kidding! maybe a split decision for Nietes could have been justified but unfortunately it did not happen! but who am I, I am not an expert so lets just forget about what I think.

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‘Ahas’ Nietes climbs weight, eyes another title

source: Dennis Gasgonia | abs-cbnnews.com

Reigning World Boxing Organization (WBO) minimumweight champion Donnie “Ahas” Nietes will climb in the 108-pound class in an attempt to add another world title in his belt.

Nietes, who remains unbeaten in the past 7 years, will be testing his mettle as a junior flyweight when he battles Mexico’s Armando Vasquez in his hometown of Bacolod City on April 9.

Ipapakita ko sa fans ko na maganda ‘yung laban namin,” said the 28-year-old Ilongo. “Siguradong mapapatumba ko siya ng early rounds.”

Nietes admitted that he has yet to see Vazquez’s fight tape, but assured that he is prepared to handle any fighting style.

“Hindi ko pa nakita ‘yung fight nya pero handang-handa na ko kung anumang estilo n’ya,” said the 5’3” boxer.

Nietes’ trainer, ALA Boxing Gym’s Edmudo Villamor, said Vazquez fights in an orthodox stance, which is why they trained with right-handed fighters.

“’Yung kalaban niya orthodox, so sparring kami ng orthodox fighters,” said Villamor.

Nietes said Vazquez will serve as his ticket for another world title fight.

The Filipino champ wants to face the winner between Jesus “Cuchilla” Geles and Ramon “Principe” Garcia, who will battle for the interim WBO junior flyweight title.

The Nietes-Vazquez fight will be the main event of Pinoy Pride 5: Battle of the Champions, which will take place at the St. La Salle Coliseum in Bacolod City.

Nietes is one of the country’s 3 world champions. The other two are 8-division champion Manny Pacquiao and newly crowned World Boxing Council (WBC) and WBO bantamweight king, Nonito Donaire Jr.



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Nietes survives heat to retain WBO crown w/ full fight replay video

By Joaquin Henson (The Philippine Star)

MANILA, Philippines – Withstanding oven-like conditions, WBO minimumweight champion Donnie Nietes leaned on an early lead to stave off challenger Mario (Dragoncito) Rodriguez and retain his title via a unanimous 12-round decision at the Auditorio Luis Estrada Medina in Guasave, Sinaloa, Mexico, yesterday morning (Manila time).

Rodriguez launched a desperate rally in the late rounds as Nietes appeared to fade but couldn’t bring down the Murcia, Negros Occidental, fighter who has now made four successful defenses, three in Mexico.

The thermometer hovered between 35 and 38 degrees in Guasave but the heat had to be more intense in the ring. Nietes was drained at the sound of the final bell. However, there was no doubt he was the superior fighter.

“I wanted to knock him out because I was afraid of losing by a hometown decision,” said Nietes in an overseas call. “I broke his nose and I thought the referee would stop it. But the guy was durable. I couldn’t even knock him down. I hit with a lot of good shots and he kept coming back.”

The heat took a heavy toll on Nietes in the multi-purpose hall which wasn’t air-conditioned.

“Medyo kinapos sa huli,” he admitted. “But I knew I had a big lead. I don’t think Rodriguez won a single round in the first eight rounds. He never gave up. He was determined to win because he didn’t want to disappoint the hometown fans.”

Nietes, 28, dictated the tempo in the first three rounds, pounding Rodriguez’ head with jarring left jabs. Rodriguez picked up the pace in the fourth canto, moving into Nietes’ zone to throw short, clubbing right hooks. But Nietes continued to find the mark with vicious uppercuts in combination with shots to the side of the body. In the eighth, blood spewed out of Rodriguez’ nose and turned his face into a crimson mask.

Rodriguez, 21, broke out of his shell to up his work rate in the 10th round. Nietes suffered a cut in the corner of his left eyebrow and claimed he was butted. It seemed like Nietes was bothered by the wound as he fought defensively the rest of the way. He later explained the heat sapped him of the energy to put on a blistering finish.

“I was never groggy – he was, not me,” said Nietes. “It was a big honor for me to beat a Mexican in his hometown. I showed I’m not afraid to fight anyone, anywhere.”

ALA Boxing Gym owner Tony Aldeguer said the plan was to go for a knockout but the climate didn’t cooperate.

“A few weeks ago, Johnriel Casimero fought in Sinaloa and warned us of the sweltering heat,” said Aldeguer. “Donnie didn’t go up against only a tough challenger but also the elements. In the dressing room before the fight, he was already perspiring profusely. We were apprehensive about the fight going the distance because of the hometown advantage. Erik Morales, who promoted the fight, is very influential after all and I remember the referee (Raul Caiz Sr.) was the judge who scored it for Fernando Montiel in Z Gorres’ loss by split decision for the WBO superflyweight title in Cebu in 2007. Can you imagine we were robbed in our own backyard? In Rodriguez’ hometown, we thought the only way Donnie could win was by knockout.”

But the judges proved to be more than fair. Alejandro Lopez Cid of Mexico City scored it 118-110, Levi Martinez of New Mexico, 119-109 and Thomas Nardone of Florida, 116-112 – all for Nietes.

“Rodriguez was stronger in the end because he’s used to the weather,” said Aldeguer. “I was worried about Donnie collapsing like Sugar Ray Robinson in the Joey Maxim fight.”

The win raised Nietes’ record to 27-1-3, with 15 KOs. Rodriguez’ mark dipped to 10-6-3, with seven KOs. Nietes weighed in at the minimumweight limit of 105 pounds while Rodriguez tipped the scales at 103.2.



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